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Flea Removal Services - Nearby Reviews
Southern Pest Control
Southern Pest came out and sprayed the yard for mosquitoes, fleas and ticks before we had company come to town. So far, no ticks or fleas and only a few mosquitoes here and there!
- Donald P.
Affordable Pest LLC
Easy to make an appointment and everything went so smoothly. They did a good job by texting and calling you every steps. Definitely hire again.
- Thao B.
Frontline Pest Professionals - Baltimore
Great customer service! I contacted Frontline Pest Pro-Baltimore as a backup because the original pest control company I made an appointment with did not show up. Frontline was able to come the same afternoon. The technician was very professional and thorough. Very satisfied with their service.
- Maria A.
Blades of Green
I have hired the company to come and spray for ticks, fleas and mosquitoes on a monthly basis.
- Diana P.
Affordable Pest LLC
The technicians came to my home and did an inspection. I had initially contacted them regarding a flea infestation, but during the inspection they discovered ants as well. They treated for ants immediately and then explained to me the procedure for exterminating fleas. This required us to move our furniture away from the walls so they could spray the baseboards, so an appointment was made for 2 days later and a week later for the second treatment. They arrived on time and completed the treatment. When I discovered that we still had fleas, I threw away all pet bedding and called them for another treatment. They were able to come quickly to do a third treatment without additional cost and we no longer have fleas in our home.
- Eloise W.
DSI Termite & Pest Control Inc.
Owner came and evaluated. Told us what he was going to do and why. Then sprayed appropriate areas inside and outside our home. Left monitoring devices and advised us to call as-needed.
- Art C.
Pest now was very accommodating to my schedule. They were there in the window that they said they would be. The tech was very helpful and explained what he was doing. I would hire them again.
- James B.
MTB Pest Control
Milton took my call at 9 am on Sunday, which was also Fathers Day. He asked me a few questions and then told me he had two appointments but would try to fit me in between. He explained the process and told me the cost - $380 which included a follow up appointment one week after the initial treatment. He showed up an hour a half after I first called and sprayed everything thoroughly. Not only is he an incredibly nice guy, he solved our problem. Definitely recommend.
- Denise F.
Were responsive and available when we needed them and explained the Arlington law that requires flea bombing for all rentals that had pets.
- Antoinette W.
Better Termite & Pest Control
I called Better Termite and Pest Control on a Friday morning of 7/13 after discovering that I had fleas in my house brought in by human shoes and feet, as I do not own a pet. I got an appointment for the next day at 12-2pm window. The service man called at 10a and said he had a cancellation and was able to come early which worked great for me because I was freaking out having never experienced a flea in my LIFE! The service person came and did a check around to see if they were jumping on him and didn't find any. I told him that I set off 4 bombs the previous night but saw two that morning. The service man was HONEST enough to tell me that I didn't need extermination services becasue I had probably killed them with my bombing and it didn't make sense to pay for extermination. He also was HONEST enough to admit that the chemicals they use could interfere with the chemicals I used and may not be effective. He was HELPFUL in suggesting that I go with their bimonthly service plan as a better value to cover extermination services every other month which would include fleas and bees (which I have nesting underground outside). He suggested that I vaccum to get up any leftover flea larvae and perhaps set off additional bombs if I wanted to be extra certain they were killed. He also gave me some tips to handle the bees nesting outside in the ground. I thanked him profusely for not taking my $250 and for his honesty. I certainly cannot afford to part with that much cash unnecessarily. However, the annual service plan makes so much sense given that I live in a wooded setting and have coped with spiders, bees for many year. I told several people about my experience with the company and my one friend even told her mother-in-law who asked for the company name and number which I provided. This goes to show the old adage of people telling people when good things happen in patronage of establishments. I will likely go with the $400 service plan and would highly recommend this company for their honest policy, punctuality and professionalism.
- Loren W.
Infestation Control, Inc
With the Angie's List discount, this was cheaper than a competitor I called. Plus, I valued the fact that the person I called had a conversation with me about what the problem was and explained that they would come out and evaluate the situation before providing an estimate. This, I thought, was a much better approach than the competitor, who only asked me how many carpets I have. The technician who came for the service was absolutely wonderful and very helpful. I would definitely use this company again, although I hope I never have to.
- Audrey A.
Formerly Connor's an Ehrlich Company
All was well, however I wasn't told ahead of time that I would have to vacate the premises for 2-3 hours after the application.
- Karen W.
Great job, came out same day and provided whole home treatment! Took time to explain the issues we were having and the best course of corrective action.
- Pedro C.
My Pest Pros
My dog brought home some hitchhikers from the dog park, and they practically took over the house. I called several companies from Angie's List, because I have asthma, and certain chemicals can cause a bad reaction. The folks at My Pest Pros very patiently answered my questions and explained the process and products they would use (Alpine). I discovered that this is a labor and time intensive process. I washed all throws, pillows, dog beds, and rugs the day before, and put them in large plastic bags. Then I had to vacuum everything, - floors, upholstery etc. I took my dog to her doggy day care for a bath the day of the appointment, and she stayed all day. We had to be out of the house until the product dried. The very nice young technician (Patrick?), arrived on time, and toured the house, and explained what he was going to do. I went to the park for a while, and he called me when he was finished, about 45 minutes later. I locked up the house, and left the upstairs windows open to help dry things out, and we went home about 4 hours later. The treatment didn't affect my asthma at all. The next part of the process is to vacuum every day for 14 days to get up all the little corpses, eggs and pupae. I also flea-combed my dog with flea spray every day. I found 1 flea on her the day following treatment, and one 2 days later. After that there was no sign. I'm thrilled to be rid of the little varmints, and would highly recommend this company. Their price was very reasonable, and everyone was friendly and professional.
- Carole E.
Inspector came out to assess the termite situation and looked in the back yard. This is in contrast to Terminix inspector who also came out to give me a competing bid and who inspected all the way around the whole perimeter of the house and actually dug into the soil around the house looking for signs of termites, took pictures, and drew a diagram of the house showing what treatment was needed on each side in order to communicate with the technicians who would actually do the work. The Pest Now inspector said he would send me a quotation to my email. When I didn't receive it by the next day, I called him. He said that the "main office" was responsible for actually sending the quote and I needed to call them. I called the "main office" who said I needed to talk to the inspector. At that point, I got so frustrated with their terrible communications, that I told them I would not hire them under any circumstances. In addition, the technician who came out to suppress the tick / flea infestation kept telling me what a great job he would do if I hired Pest Now...all the while spraying only part of the yard and not spraying in the front of the house at all. They charged me $75 for the flea / tick spraying...something Terminix charges $49 per month.
- Rand E.
Southern Pest Control
The flea treatment was fine. I was disappointed, though, that they couldn't treat for carpenter bees. I had made that request when I made the appointment, but when the workman got here, he said he couldn't do that as he wasn't allowed to go up on that high a ladder. So, I still have that problem.
- Lucy C.
Triangle Home Services Inc
Joseph was surprised when he arrived to find that my property needed a flea treatment, but he went back to his vehicle and got the serious flea killer. He then carefully and thoroughly sprayed the areas where my dogs spend most of their time, including their bedding. Then he did an overall treatment of the house and yard for all pests.
- Cheryl S.
Contractors had been working in the crawl space underneath our kitchen. About mid-afternoon of their first day of work under the house they said lots of fleas started coming out of the ground and that they could not work in those conditions. So, I called Ward Pest, explained the situation, and asked that they come out and spray for fleas. The appointment was made for that Saturday morning. The Ward techs arrived on time, examined the situation, explained what they were going to do. The treatment worked.
- Mark S.
I was really disappointed with my experience with Ward, especially since they're rated so highly on Angie's list.I booked an appointment for 7/7/2012. I was having problems with fleas and had booked Ward to come out and take a look with the understanding from the phone call that it was something that if I was ok with the price they could treat for the same day. The person who came out was Ray. The appointment was for 11-11:30 and he showed up half an hour early - I don't recall if he called before he showed or if he just arrived early, but I wasn't happy with him showing up so much earlier than scheduled. He told me that he's always early - well, on a Saturday morning, I'm not so down with that. I had him look around; he found some fleas behind my bed/confirmed the problem. When I asked him what the price would be / what would be done, we had issues; he asked if I was an angie's list customer, I said yes, and then he said that normally the price was $1000 but for an Angie's list customer it would be $495. When I asked him why the high price he said he'd need a helper and three hours, and that I would have to prepare my house / he'd have to come back. He wanted to spray every inch of my floor and my furniture. The prep he told me I'd have to do was the prep I would have to do for bedbugs (clean everything and put it in boxes, cover my bed, vaccum everything, etc). The treatment methodology he wanted to use was the same methodology commonly used to deal with bedbugs; I'm familiar with it because I've had to deal with them in other homes. He wanted to use the same chemicals I've used to deal with bedbugs, sterifab and bedlam and dicatimous dust in the wall sockets. I asked him why he wanted to use so much in terms of chemicals, and he said it was because he wouldn't have to come back. I asked him where he'd be spraying/treating and he said the downstairs couch and the downstairs bedroom -- he didn't want to treat upstairs where the animals also go, just to heavily treat two areas of my home. This is, again, consistent with the treatment for bedbugs (you treat where the blood is, you don't treat everywhere) but not consistent with my experiences so far with flea treatment (which I've had done before as well, the common methodology is spraying the baseboards with a pesticide and the couches with sterifab and throwing the linens in the dryer for half a hour.) I asked him for a sheet detailing the methodology he was requesting I use to prepare my home and he didn't have one and told me to call the office. Initially he told me that I'd have to take my animals out of my home for 24 hours, which just isn't possible for me. He wanted to use a pesticide on my couches. When I told him no, he said he'd use denatured alcohol. I pushed him on the price because it was so out of line, and he stood behind it. I told him it was laughable, and that it was not happening - the price was way out of line, the methodology was out of line with the problem and not consistent with my approach to pest management (minimal pesticides). He wrote 'thank you' on his note and left. The office called me last monday and asked if I would be purchasing their services. I told the woman who called that I would not be, and that I actually had some complaints (the above.) She had the office manager call me back, who defended what Ray had said around how he should treat my home and the price. I told her that what she was telling me he'd told her were lies (they were) -- we got to the point where she said that the price had gone from $1000 to $495 because I'd said I only wanted the upstairs couch treated and the downstairs couch/bedroom, instead of the entire house. I asked her how many floors my house was - she didn't know, and when I told her two and that he'd told me that price was just for the downstairs, she apologized profusely. I don't know if I just got a bad egg or if this is an endemic problem with Ward. I would be really careful about contracting with them and definitely get several bids if you do decide to consider them. I went with Affordable Pest and have been thrilled with their service. They have come out twice (pretty standard) for fleas. They used IC2, which is plant oil based and not toxic to me or my pets. They've done a great job, been on time, no attitude. And the price for them coming out twice was $99 - I was happy enough that I've gotten their service contract and intend to use them throughout the year.
- Sarah C.
Mosquito Squad of Frederick
We were moving into a new home with a very wooded lot. We knew there were lots of stink bugs in the area, and also wanted to have the yard treated for ticks and fleas, as we have a dog. The closing of the house was postponed a couple of times, and each time Joelle and Larry were so patient and understanding, each time working to schedule our home in at the last minute. Joelle even joked about Larry knowing all the neighborhoods in Frederick with the worst cases of stinkbugs. Told them ours had to be one of them. We weren't home when the house was treated, however they told us they were coming at a specific time, and a sign was in the yard when we got home, so I knew they came. We've noticed a significant reduction in the number of stink bugs in and around the home (We have a screened in porch and a couple of other deck/porch areas.) I would absolutely call them again.
- Rachel L.
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